TERRE HAUTE, IN - An Easter egg hunt of massive proportions didn't let some bad weather rain on their parade.
Remnant Church held their community Easter egg hunt inside their church in Terre Haute today. Twenty-seven thousand Easter eggs were hidden and thousands came out for the hunt.
"It's rare sometimes in today's society that families get to gather and have a good time with each other so we are trying to build that and keep that alive," Branden Norman, lead pastor said.
If 27 thousand eggs weren't enough for the church to hide, they also do a regular Easter egg hunt on Easter. This is the 5th year for the community hunt and they hope to see the event grow.
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